TRAVIS COUNTY (KXAN) — Zombies are returning to Central Texas. One year after the Dell Diamond in Round Rock played host to a band of survivors from the AMC show “Fear the Walking Dead,” there are now plans in the works to shoot more scenes near Austin.

KXAN has learned the production company Stalwart Films LLC wants to shoot scenes at Southeast Metropolitan Park in Travis County, the park just east of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, for the fifth season of the zombie series.

Parts of the park would be closed starting Sunday, Jan. 6, to film the scenes on Monday, Jan. 7, and then wrap up and head out by Tuesday, Jan. 8. As part of the agreement with the city, Stalwart Films LLC would pay the $150 special event fee as well as make a $6,850 donation to Travis County Parks for maintenance and operational needs.

The planning document for the shoot says the city could keep parts of the park open to visitors, but they would need to turn the lights out at the ball fields on Jan. 7 while filming is in progress.

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ took over Dell Diamond in late 2017

This is not the first time the post-apocalyptic zombie series has shot scenes in Central Texas. In November 2017, word got out that Dell Diamond, the home of the Round Rock Express baseball team, was being turned into a camp for the survivors.

Season four of the show debuted last April and heavily featured the ballpark. Round Rock even rebranded the team for a game as the “Round Rock Armadillos.”

AMC later released a special, behind-the-scenes look at how it turned the stadium into an apocalyptic settlement.